Vivo Headwear’s First Annual Hot Dawgs & Hand Plants at Camp of Champs

The first annual Hot Dawgs & Hand Plants with Vivo Headwear went down this past weekend at the one and only Camp of Champions in Whistler BC. The sun was shining and the Vivo crew were up there in style.

kale_hand_plant.jpgCamp kids flocked over to the Vivo zone to hang with their favourite pro's Devun Walsh, Kale Stephens, Kevin Griffin and Helen Schettini to get some photos, autographs and some fresh new Vivo swag. Canadian sales manager / grill master Dave Bestwick held the barbeque down with over 100 hot dogs getting taken down over the period of two hours!

The official Vivo hot dog man was spotted roaming the park laying down a few hand plants and a massive backside 7 off the hip for the kids.

The amazing day turned into an even better night with Devun & Kale as guest bartenders at the local Garfinkel's night club and making sure everybody was having a good time.

A big thanks to Camp of Champions, Garfinkels and all the Vivo staff and friends for an amazing day!

Vivo headwear hot dawgs and hand plants…
See you next year kids!

www.vivoheadwear.com

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